Master of Arts in Educational Technology
This master’s degree is built around three themes; learning theory, technology and pedagogy. Through coursework that weaves together these themes, students are lead to an understanding and skill in using technology to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Using the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) National Educational Technology Standards for Teaching (NETS * T) and a fully online delivery method, candidates develop expertise in a wide array of educational technology tools and teaching strategies. Candidates should possess a teaching credential or a bachelor’s degree and an interest in educational uses of technology.
- Courses are offered fully online in a cohort model.
- The majority of the coursework may be completed asynchronously, however, there will be occasional synchronous (live) class sessions in a virtual class setting TBA by each instructor.
- Cohorts develop into powerful learning communities.
- 2 year program
What can I do with this degree?
- This degree equips graduates to develop and implement tools in the classroom using technology. Graduates serve as technology leaders in the school or district. They are also qualified to teach at the college level.
What are the admission requirements?
- Application form and fee
- Orientation interview with the program director (via telephone or Skype)
- Statement of intent
- Three references
- Official transcript of BA/BS degree
- Letter of explanation if your GPA is under 2.75
- (Download required forms)
What courses will I be taking?
- View a list of courses and descriptions.
How much does it cost?
- Tuition is competitively priced, and financial aid is available. View details on tuition and fees.
When can I start?
- The first cohort will begin in spring (January) 2011 and then every subsequent fall (August) new cohorts will start.
How do I apply?
- The application process is straightforward. View details on how to apply.
To schedule an appointment or for additional information, please contact:
- Kathy Boyd
- Program Director: Jo Ellen Misakian